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Not in absolute terms, but in relative terms. In Candelaria the lobes are scarcely any wider than they are thick, and distinct from each other. In X. parietina the lobes are almost confluent and much broader than thick, giving it a kind of look like they’re “flowing” over the substrate. This must have been a struggling or depauperate specimen, and that’s why it fooled you.
you noticed the moss in the upper right-hand corner of the photos, Jason?
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